Uniform Shop

The Uniform Shop is the exclusive outlet for all articles of the Christ Church Grammar School uniform. The shop is located on the Claremont campus on the first floor of the Sandover Dining Hall precinct, adjacent to the student drop off roundabout. We also offer made to measure and uniform alternatives. The shop accepts My Student Account (MSA), Visa, Mastercard, and EFTPOS.

Need to load funds for Uniform Shop purchases? Click here to access the login page for My Student Account (MSA).

Online Shop

School and sport uniforms are now available to purchase through our online shop.
After placing an order, you will receive an email when your order is ready for collection. Orders will be available for collection from the Uniform Shop during term time trading hours or any extended trading hours as advertised on this page or in the calendar. Orders placed during school holidays will be attended to at the start of term.

Purchases from the online store can be made via credit card or My Student Account (MSA).
Click here to access the login page.
Click here if you do not yet have an MSA card.

Standard trading hours (Term-time)

Monday 7.45am to 5.00pm
Wednesday 12.45pm to 5.00pm
Thursday 12.45pm to 5.00pm
Friday 7.45am to 11.30am

If you would prefer to place an order by email, orders can be submitted to uniformorders@ccgs.wa.edu.au. Please include your name, son’s name, a list of items required (with sizes and quantities) and a contact number for payment purposes.

Contact: 9442 1716 or email uniformshop@ccgs.wa.edu.au for enquiries.

*The Uniform Shop no longer provides plastic bags for customer purchases. If you are planning on visiting the Uniform Shop, please remember to bring a bag if you will require one.

Seeking Donations of School and Sports Bags

As part of the Uniform Rescue Project, we are seeking donations of school bags and sports bags.

The Uniform Shop team use the bags to pack uniforms to be donated.

Uniform Rescue collect unwanted second-hand uniforms from schools around Western Australia, which cannot be repurposed locally due to branding and may otherwise end up in landfill. They then donate the uniforms to schools and communities overseas who can give the uniforms a second life. The bags are packed around wheel chairs and other equipment in a large shipping container destined for Kenya. Uniform Rescue work with PEK International to assist disabled children in Kenya to obtain wheelchairs so they can attend school.